Can we Say that Neo-Liberal Trade and Ecological Protection do not Mix?

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Ecology and trade: Can we know say that neo-liberal trade and ecological protection do not mix?
Many people have often engaged in a very spirited debate about the linkages between ecology and international trade; it is one of the dominant issues of our time. When one looks at the works of Jagdish Bhagwati, or Wayne Ellwood, or Herman E. Daly or even Gary Gardner and Thomas Prugh, one sees that academics feel strongly about this issue and marshal their best arguments either for it or against it. The ensuing paper will examine the issues of global trade, growth and sustainable development and suggest that Jagdish Bhagwati is being overly optimistic in his view that the neo-liberal, global economy will appropriately regulate itself and not...
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